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ABC
Jul 22, 2011 4:30am EDT
and wonderful . >>> you're watching the station that works for you, "good morning maryland" at #:30. >>> the command -- 4:30. >>> the commander in chief is in town. president obama has a town hall meeting at local university. >>> and a family relieved this morning after they find out their son missing in libya formonths has been found alive. we will have details on the plans for the possible rescue. >>> we trust our police officeers to protect us and help us when things get out of hand. i am linda so. why one baltimore city cop is accused of violating that trust on the job. >> all that is straight ahead on this july 22nd, it's friday, the weekend is upon us. good morning, maryland, i am charley vowson. megan is off -- shall crowson, megan is off. justin berk is back in house. maybe the bearer of bad news justin because a lot of people are looking forward to the weekend. but it may be a warm one. >> and maybe you like the bears we should be considering hibernating. if you have air conditioning, stay in downs and if not, find a spot. the city running higher and 90s surrounding the reg
FOX
Jul 26, 2011 5:30am EDT
3- 3 coming p... is abuse a ppoblem in maryland's fostee care system? system? (14:13:28) "nobody ants a child molestor next door to em...." emm..." he man accused and ii on... next in our ccver storyy all-timeegreats.see who got - cut once the lockout wws lifted. ((bump oot)) 3 there are a little more under the supervision of the pepartment of sociaa services. but the recent arrest of an area foster father is raising a lot of questions about thh ásafetyá of maryland's foster children.in ttii morning's cover story, jeff abell investigates the case of sexx shore. (long ground roadway shot) in ttis sleepy corner of wiiomico county.... life used to be simpll..... but attly..... (13:28::1) "i thought those people were up and upp..."" its been simply disturbing... (14:13:28) "nobody wwnts a child molestor next door to em...." it was 7-years ago, whenn the community of mardela springs wwllomed a new neighbor. theemerritt fammly settted on this &pten-aares of land. and soon, stephen merritt and hhs wife were volunteering at the local fire departmen
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 5:30am EDT
of the beltway doing well also. charley. >> thanks a lot. >>> president obama is making a stop in maryland today. he is headed to the university of merrill ford -- maryland for a town hall meeting over the economy. sherrie johnson is here with a preview of what the president plans to say. >> reporter: well, town hall style meet something scheduled for 11 this morning. the hour long meet will go focus on the economy and the debt crisis. washington remains in a deadlock over raising the country's borrowing limit. a full house is expected at the event with over a thousand people. university hand out required tickets on campus. this town hall meeting will be president obama's 4th visit to the campus and his second as president. he rallied students at the height of the fight over the health care overhaul in 2009. he will serve as his moderator accepting questions from the audience members to raise their hands -- who raise their hands. it provides an ideal visit to focus on the budget where middle and work class people send their children. anton yeah hutchins will attend the town hall meeting as well.
ABC
Jul 29, 2011 5:00am EDT
the frankfurts are being compared to. you are watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> time to grab your leash and head down to falls road. we are going to the dogs tonight. the maryland spca is kicking off their wine and wag happy hour and sherrie johnson is there with the latest on a great night if the weather holds up. >> reporter: that's right. we are here at the maryland spca and we are he can cited about this wine and wag happy hour. i have aleen gabbey from the maryland spca and little raven but good morning and thanks for joining us -- aileen gabbey from the maryland spca and little raven. but good morning and thanks for joining us. let's talk about the fund- raiser. what's going on tonight? >> so we have a wine and wagon with a fun theme. raven and i are wearing little leis. 5:30 to 7:30. because of the heat, we are not going to have it at the maryland spca like we usually do. we are going to downtown dog off hanover in south baltimore. they are letting us have the place to make sure the pets stay cool. >> reporter: very good point.
ABC
Jul 24, 2011 9:30am EDT
could cost five states their credit rating, including virginia and maryland, and what that could mean for you. also, a new weekly segment -- spotlight on small business. thus the phrase "time is monday" rings as true today as it did when ben franklin first said it. on the money side, we have paul cocozza with cocozza financial planning in arlington and on the flip side, heaer cocozza, who specializes in message and business organization. welcome to you both. you do not usually work jointly but, paul, i have been interviewing you for some time, and it struck me that it made sense that people might want to consult with both of you together. paul, i will start with you first. we have the spotlight on small business. whether you are a small business person or financial investor, what are some of the most common mistakes you see even smart investors making? >> in washington, we do not make mistakes. i like to think of them as areas of neglect. let me touch on four basic ones i see in doing financial planning with my clients. the first one is there is a general lack of understanding in my o
ABC
Jul 14, 2011 5:30am EDT
>>> now "good morning maryland." >>> a community under attack. why investigators are. in silver spring maryland are calling this string of vandalism a hate crime. >>> we will tell you where you will have a chance to voice your opinion about the toll hikes coming to maryland highways. >>> and the final chapter for the boy wizard. harry potter opens in the u.s. in less than 24 hours. the question this morning is can you get a ticket? we will try to find you an answer on this thursday morning july 14th. good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. thanks for joining us this morning. it's crazy how much money that movie generated in the united states and it has not been released yet. >> i read an estimate that it's at 25 million dollars right now and has not officially opened and that's for advanced ticket sales nine credible. >> would you ever go to a midnight showing when it's going to be something of that magnitude? >> no. i would see it but. >> i wouldn't do it. >> but i want to read the book first. i am way behind. we will send it over to meteorologist justin berk.
CBS
Jul 26, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: the pair is accused of stealing $6 million for the documents from the maryland historical society. they have been in jail since they were arrested more than a week ago. he needs to come up with $750,000 to get out. police say the pair took 60 documents, including papers signed by abraham lincoln. kai, back to you. >> landau calls himself america's presidential histian. -- historian. >>> developing news just into wjz. we've learned that fire chief academy is being replaced. some firefighters are being accused of cheating on a state licensing test. the state is investigating cheating accusations. >>> seven days and counting. time is running out for lawmakers to reach an agreement on the debt debate. democrats and republicans are arguing over dueling plans to decrease the spending and increase the debt limit. president obama has promised to veto the plan to do a temporary raise until the end of the year. they need to do something soon to avoid an economic crisis. >> it's reasonable. it's responsible. it can pass the house. it can pass the senate. and i hope the president will conside
CBS
Jul 26, 2011 6:00pm EDT
the teen took off with the child. >>> accused of stealing historic documents from the maryland historic society, two suspects are denied bail but then tay are -- they are given bail but it a lot is a lot of money. >> landau has made a career studying residents of the white house, not the big house. that was before landau was ordered to be held here. he and his assistant were accused of stealing documents. today, landau's lawyer argued for bail and got it. >> mr. landau has been granted a $500,000 bail with a condition that he surrender his passport and report to pretrial services in baltimore city once a week. >> reporter: jason's bail was set even higher at $750,000. police say he controlled the museum where the documents were in. they were valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> reporter: but historic towments have value-- documents have value beyond money. >> reporter: when the exhibit opened in april, it took documents to bring the past alive. >> you can show quotations from letters and diaries and letters from the newspapers and be touched by how ghastly a time in our histor
ABC
Jul 12, 2011 5:00am EDT
newer model ford taurus with maryland plates. look at the picture. 8-year-old darrick charles brown was abducted monday night. he was walking with a group of friend in the 300 block of gwynne avenue around 6:30. witnesses say the green taurus that looks similar to this one stopped. there were two people in the car and one of them got out and grabbed darrick and threw him in the trunk before speeding away. he was last wearing a black shirt with a red and white rocket on the front and black shorts. now if you see the boy or thelight green newer model ford tarous call 911 or 410-396- 2100. we have the latest for you on the website at amount bc2 news.com. -- abc2news.com. it's the first story in the slide show. click on that and it has details surrounding the amber alert. live in the interactive news center, linda so, abc2 news. >>> the number of organizations -- a number of organizations are banning together for overall marriage quality. later today, the coalition will announce marylanders for marriage equality. now that seeks to pass civil marriage equality throughout the state. they
ABC
Jul 12, 2011 6:00pm EDT
those who do not have air conditioning? here are tips from the maryland emergency management agency. pull the shades over the windows. use cross ventilation and fans to cool off the room. a cool shower or bath always works to help cool you off. limit the use of stoves and ovens. whenever hot weather hits go to abc2news.com. click on our hot weather guide. it includes tips to beat the heat and how to figure fought you are experiencing heat related illnesses. >>> the latest now on this police investigation going on. a sex abuse scandal at the earth treks climbing gym. howrd county police have arrested a second climbing coach. his name 20 year old daniel montague. they have charged him with 4th degree sex offenses. montague was an assistant coach of the team which was run by line linekeep. police arrested michael lyons in june. we first brought you news of an amber alert. today darrick charles brown is safely back in the arms of his family. abc 2 news jeff hager spoke with derrick exclusively and helen jones who came to his rescue. >> wow. there were a lot of people worried about you.
ABC
Jul 28, 2011 4:30am EDT
are watching the station that works for you, good morning maryland at 4:30. >>> a mother lose her son -- loses her son and this morning she is speak to thus morning. why she doesn't believe what police are saying. >>> it's called a brothel bust and new developments in the prostitution ring and the latest on the investigation where it stands and a live report. >>> robo calls from police asking for your help. we will tell you why and what you may hear. those stories are ahead. i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. let's check the thursday forecast and maybe a look into the weekend. >> yes. a look down south. jeff and jennifer, some of the people checking in. we are talking about tropical storm don. this is going to probably be the major weather headline even though it's not go to-- going to have an immediate impact on us. it is work its way into the -- working its way into the waters of the gulf of mentiono. ly the -- mexico. it will head through texas and forecast 65-mile-per-hour winds, maybe below hurricane strength and beneficial rain not really drought buster but heavy rain the expec
NBC
Jul 19, 2011 12:00pm EDT
news at noon, a maryland hospital is once again number one. how the electronic advice is helping autistic children learn. >> and here is a quick look at the doppler. there are some clouds off to the west that could be the start of thunderstorms this afternoon. i will have details coming up in my full forecast. 92 of the airport, 93 at the harbor. the forecast is coming up. >> and we answer your plant and gardening questions. e-mail them to wbaltv.com. e-mail them to wbaltv.com. >> in today's medical alert, millions of people love using ipad, and it turns out they can be powerful tools in teaching kids with autism. >> one of the hottest new computing gadgets, the ipad, may hold the key to helping autistic children learn faster and make fewer mistakes. behavior analysts already have seen results. in just a couple of years that the device has been on the market. >> the ipad can provide immediate feedback. >> this doctor says the touch screen helps children who have a hard time using their hands. >> it removes the disconnect between the mouse and the computer screen. >> this family b
NBC
Jul 27, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. >> the debt debate in washington proposes a double those of trouble for maryland. we are so dependent on federal spending, tens of thousands of jobs are likely online. our correspondent is live in the newsroom with that story. >> many economists believe the u.s. government is about to lose its lofty aaa credit rating because any deal this late is not enough to reduce the country's debt. what would that mean? >> be prepared to see your interest rates rise. >> interest rates are going to go up across the board. >> it will be the result if the country's credit rating is downgraded, making the country's debt more expensive. >> as interest rates spike up, he will say that reverberates through mortgage loans, lines of credit for business, consumers. >> he is among the economists to believe the credit ratings will go south ballot -- the matter what happens in washington over the next few days. the governor asks what is the backup plan if the government stops paying its bills? >> we have not been given a list of what checks are going to go out from the federal government to states and which o
CBS
Jul 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
warning weather as severe storms move through maryland. the calls flooded into the newsroom bringing down trees and flooded buildings. let's begin can kai jackson live in baltimore county where neighbors are seeing major damage. >> reporter: denise, i can't remember in recent memory a storm that came through so fast and hit so hard. and did so much damage over such a spotty area. from northwest baltimore to dundock the damage is visible. lansdowns looked like it was hit hard. what did you hear, what did you see? >> it was just a lot of rain, real windy, got pretty loud. next thing you know it was a whole bunch of commotion. >> reporter: it was the same scenario in dundock. there was lightning, torrential rain, and hail. >> we had to started out with small hail, then it went to half a penny then to about a quarter. >> reporter: look at this tree, it's massive, we're not exactly certain what brought it down although lightning is suspected. what is clear, the storm system that rolled through baltimore was isolated yet it packed a punch. >> what happened to your home? >> it's just demolished,
ABC
Jul 6, 2011 5:30am EDT
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ABC
Jul 11, 2011 4:30am EDT
a hot one everywhere. . >>> you're watching the station that works for you "good morning maryland" at 4:30. >>> how to keep the country interest defaulting on its bills. that's the topic of conversation in washington as lawmakers try to come up with a deal. we have the latest coming up. >>> campaigning for our con tray top job -- con tray top -- country's to job. >>> -- top job. >>> space junk maybe getting too close. where it's headed and when. the stories are just ahead. it's monday morning, i hope you had a wonderful weekend. i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. weather is a big story across the country. flooding in missouri, storms across the rocky mountains. what's it going to do here in our viewing area. and let's wet come back justin berk who has been gone for a while. >> noise to have you back. >> so glad to be here at 4 chn 30 to have an adult -- #:30 to have an adult -- 4-rb:30 to have an a-- 4:30 to have an adult conversation. we colored in the lines for you. southern maryland, lower eastern who are shore. the code red is dangerous. we are building up pollution
ABC
Jul 20, 2011 4:30am EDT
the station that works for you, "good morning maryland" at 4:30. >>> a baltimore city cop is shot overnight. i am linda so. how it happened and the latest on his condition. >>> a shocking story. a city police office are arrested for a suspected heroin operation. but it's where it went down that has people outraged. >>> a glimmer of hope in washington. what you need to know about the latest debt proposal. >>> first, no relief in sight but that's how it feels oa. figures released a -- feels. officials released a code red alert through sunday. >> how hot will it get and when will it cool down. let's head over to meteorologist justin berk. >> let's look at yesterday's high. 95 in baltimore. we can thank afternoon thunderstorms for preventing it from getting hotter surrounded by 93s. and the heat index were well over 100. we are going to get there. excessive heat watch. it's not the heat, its not necessarily the dew point. it's the dew point. when dew points are above 70 that's when it is uncomfortable. combine that with the heat and heat index today through the weekend will range between 105 to 11
ABC
Jul 27, 2011 4:30am EDT
a lot of sunshine today as maryland's most powerful doppler radar carrying storms off the coast. we will give outnumbers in a moment. -- you the numbers in a moment. right now the early morning traffic with tonya. >> reporter: good morning. we are accident free in baltimore city and baltimore county. great way to start the morning. let's look at the beltway, though on the southwest side. 695 at wilkins. very light traffic in both directions. all the oncoming traffic is the outer loop which is a little heavier. construction overnight 95 southbound after 395, the two right lanes have been closed with roadwork. # 5 northbound -- # 5 northbound the -- 95 northbound the barrels have been picked up. back to you. >> thanks a lot. >>> breaking news this morningout of north baltimore a three-story home caught in flames about an hour ago along roland avenue. sherrie johnson is live on the scene with the latest. sherrie. >> reporter: good morning, charley. here here live in the hampton area of baltimore city. as you can see behind me, fire officials are still on the scene right now. this fire
ABC
Jul 28, 2011 5:00am EDT
. the number is 855-839-9555. >>> moms listen up, if you want to take your kids to the maryland zoo in baltimore, you will have to save money if it's in august because the zoo will offer tickets discounted by 25% and each visitor gets a coupon for a free frozen pop sickle or ice cream treat. and if you go on a thursday, after 4, you will get half off that ticket. so good things to keep in mind. the zoo closes at 4 but they are going to stay open until 7:00 on thursdays. >>> thousands gazed in the water. >> how the annual pony event is helping local firefighters. >>> and taking time out for yourself especially if you are a middle aged woman. you are watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> well it's not a place you expect to see ponies but it might not be so strange if you live here. dos of wild ponies took a dip in the water off virginia yesterday. look how amazeing that looks. it's the 86th year for the so- called pony swim. thousands of people gathered to watch them swim to the island. from there they are led to a nearby carniva
ABC
Jul 28, 2011 5:30am EDT
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ABC
Jul 29, 2011 5:30am EDT
the dogs and it's caused barka ritaville. the maryland spca is sponsoring a wine and wag happy hour and linda so is live with the details -- >> reporter: we are live here at the maryland spca and let me tell you, we are ready for the fun to kick off with the wine and wag happy hour. it kicks off 5:30 to 7:30 tonight. actually, aileen gabbey is herefrom the maryland spca. what is going on? i am excited. i have a puppy and i think i might have to bring her out. it sounds like a lot of fun. what's going on? >> maryland spca is holed hosting a wine and wag and the theme is barkaritaville. so people withk visit mdspca.org for more information. it's at tonight at 5:30 at downtown dog. we normally have it on our property so people can see the new building but it's too hot today. so downtown dog is very nicely hosting us. >> reporter: and i understand you have this a couple times a year it's big fund-raiser. >> it's a fund-raiser he and it really helps. we adopt out over 3,000 animals a year and spay and neuter over 8,000 so we have to raise money to do that. the tickets for the event are $
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 4:00pm EDT
. it's got a grip on maryland, with dangerously high temperatures and humidity. the sun is making it downright miserable outside. wjz found one woman outside the harbor staying hydrated and trying to use a book to fan her face. not sure that helped very much. work continued despite the triple-digit temperatures. a work crew used an industrial fan to help them be a bit more comfortable while on the job. >> the trains travel more slowly, causing delays. wjz has extensive first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are here with more on how hot it's gotten and how much hotter it will get. gentlemen? >> hopefully it won't get much hotter because it can't get much hotter than this. last report, we came in at 104 at the airport. 100 in d.c. and elkton. but the dew point right now, at 74 degrees, where you combine that with a temperature of 104, makes it feel like 118 degrees on your skin. 122 up in elkton. 118, easton. and only 92 out in oakland. let's take a look at the records. yes,, we broke a record this afternoon smg
FOX
Jul 1, 2011 5:30am EDT
-state tuition or illegal aliens in maryland... is in limbo. opponents of the dream ctthave delivered the last batch of signaturessto the state... the midnight deadline. deadlinnethey've collected an extra 70-thousand signatures... with hopes of overturning the law. that 132 thousand signatures. to the state thurrday night... confident they have more than enoogh to bring thh act to pote. but supporters of the dream aat... aren't going down without a fightt (miles) "get out of our way we will mount a campaign, we will mount an effort that when it comes to referendumm every marylander will bb contactee.. conttcted."(mmdonough) "this is an issue ttaa deserves to beedecided by the vvoers of maryland and that's all thh petition drive does." does."opponents of the dream &pact saa they're confident the to get that issue on the res - ballottin 20-12. 160 clericallworkers will be out of a job a johnsshopkins hospital.it's the latest round pf layoffs.it's because the hospital is transitioning to an electronic medical support system.a spokesperson says those workers could find other jobs wi
ABC
Jul 8, 2011 6:00pm EDT
heavy front end damage and it comes back to a 2001 lincoln. the resident is from maryland. >>> the car is traced back to a 27-year-old woman. the police won't confirm if she was in the car. so far, no arrests have been made. one other interesting thing is with the mlk boulevard closed, a drunk driver blew through the barricade, narrowly missing the police officers investigating. you can hear the tapes yourself on abc2news.com in the next few minutes. >>> well, right now, investigators are working to find out what caused a car to run off of a parkway, killing one and injuring others. the parkway reopened early this morning. >>> a court date is set for the maryland woman accused of murdering her coworkers in bethesda. it's for friday, october 24th. the trial will take about eight days. >>> the police make a prostitution bust at a hotel. a number of claims had the hotel prompting the investigation. they arrested this woman from oklahoma. >>> a croftton man is accused of taping women after they changed their clothes. according to authorities, he had a camera and videos with nude women who
ABC
Jul 12, 2011 4:30am EDT
. . >>> you're watching the station that works for you "good morning maryland" at 4:30. >>> they are at it again. law makers will meet in the nation's capital again today to discuss the deficit. the latest on the progress. >>> and a parent's worst nightmare. a 8-year-old taken stuffed in a trunk. what we now know and how you can help. >>> another summer scorcher. we have tips to get through the heat. a look at how long it's going to last. those stories are just ahead on this tuesday, the 12th of july, 4:30 in the morning. thanks for joining you, i am-- us, i am megan pringle. >> let's get to the big story locally. it's going to be the weather. yesterday, 100 degrees. >> it was hard to be outside. the air didn't feel like it was moving so we will see when things will change. justin good morning. >> good morning. yeah. we had ourselves a high temperature yesterday of 93. the winds did stir up. we had severe weather. today, the biggest issue is about the heat that tops out today with higher temperatures and the heat index up to 105. so it's going to be uncomfortable to
ABC
Jul 6, 2011 5:00am EDT
at one. a panel will submit a plan for redistricting maryland's 8th congressional district. >> that committee will submit a plan to the governor on redistricting the legislative district for state lawmakers. that plan will be submitted to the general assembly in january. >>> news time is 5:05. we deal with the snow. we do it in the winter. >> yeah. >> never in the summer. >> never. thank goodness. parts the southwest deal with a huge problem a different problem this summer. >>> now look at that. the difficulty drivers are having getting around the dust. >>> plus, firefighters have a difficult time fighting a grass fire. what officials say started the fire. we will let you know. you watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> we come back a massive dust storm blowing through arizona. look at this video that came in overnight. >> this is the phoenix area. storms have strong winds that kicked up a lot of dirt. thunderstorms drown draft created the dust storm that swept across the city. so big problems out west. imagine how bad
ABC
Jul 8, 2011 5:30am EDT
to your own neighborhood. head to abc2news.com for maryland's most powerful doppler radar. you can also sign it to get the much need weather alerts. >>> 5:34. people in grand rapid, michigan are trying to make sense of a terrible tragedy that happened. now a gunman is accused of killing 7 people including his own children. an 8-hour manhunt end when the suspect killed themself. this morning, john hendren has more. >> reporter: a tedly shooting rampage. -- deadly shooting rampage, high-speed chase put a michigan city on edge. seven people were shot and killed and the suspect got himself in the middle of a tragic drama. >> while our negotiators were talking to him and giving instrucks as to turning himself in and surrender, we heard a gunshot and it turn out to be a self-inflicked gunshot wound to the head. >> reporter: 35-year-old roderick danceler shot 9 people killing 7 and led police on ahigh-speed chase through grand rapids. four people founded in one home three victims in another house in another neighborhood. two victims were children. >> we believe one of them was his daughter and
ABC
Jul 20, 2011 5:30am EDT
council's decision for the upcoming construction project straight ahead when "good morning maryland" returns. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> no doubt about it, it's been hot and when we get hot we can dive into a pool or head inside and enjoy the costs of air conditioning -- costs of air conditioning. about -- comforts of air conditioning. if you live at the zoo you have to take what you are given. look at this, this elephant at the maryland zoo spend most of her time of the hot days in an elephant sized pool. they flap the big ears to cool their blood. >>> you now maryland's most powerful doppler radar and the forecast certified most accurate by weatherate. >> 5:39. check this out. this was the view from the maryland science center yesterday just after 3. can you see it? that's the inner harbor. that was a big storm that blew through downtown. a half-hour to an hour of heavy rain in parts of the city. parts of the silty estimate over ionch and a half and bwi had 13/100 of an inch. then we cleared out and the mugginess is back in play. 74 degrees heat index at 78. this is the
ABC
Jul 25, 2011 5:30am EDT
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NBC
Jul 31, 2011 9:00am EDT
mooar, wbal-tv 11 news >> the maryland delegation is also weighing in. sheldon dutes has the story. >> agreed not meet our obligations by tuesday, the united states of america will default. we will become a dead beat nation. >> this has maryland worried about finances. >> we have seniors worried about social security checks. we have homeowners worried about their payments going out. it people are worried. >> people are frustrated and wants to get it done. >> the general theme is get it done. work out the compromise is needed. >> they cannot seem to reach a consensus. we spoke to anti-terrorist. >> we cannot hope to solve this problem if we're going to use the same moment tricks. we need permanent accountability. we need a balanced budget amendment. >> as the clock continues to tip toward the deadline, they are laying out their plans. >> we need to increase the debt ceiling to 2012. we do not want to go through this again. this has been damaging. >> we need to solve the issues related to lifting the debt ceiling and also providing the certainty to make sure that our bond rating. doe
ABC
Jul 8, 2011 4:30am EDT
that works for you "good morning maryland" at 4:30. . >>> i was scared i didn't know what was going on. and one roof came of and another roof came off. >> thunder echoed across parts of maryland but now it's time to call insurance companies. >>> your baby may be asleep but a study suggest some surprising dangers when it comes to cribs, playpens and bass nets. >> they -- bassinet s. >> six patients meet at the university of maryland medical center. >>> but first live pictures from cape canaveral, florida, weather a big issue this morning. but there's another pressing problem facing nasa as well. >>> here, thunderstorms didn't stop overnight. some of the damage done. power outages have been reported in some areas. some people dealing with hours and days of cleanup ahead. >> yeah. the wind and -- winds and tremendous rain and made for a great light show and thunder. >> lynette charles has been tracking the storm right now. but we begin team coming in halethorpe with linda so with the latest on the storm damage. we will see how the weather is going with lynette. >> we are not dealing with
ABC
Jul 21, 2011 4:30am EDT
morning america." . >>> you're watching the station that works for you "good morning maryland" at 4:30. >>> it's known for its home away from home feel. but this morning, residents are leery wondering what caused ten people to be taken out of in ambulances. the theories and the latest going on. >>> and no more images of the naked body. the late airport technology that could secure your privacy. we will explain. >>> firefighters are coming to town. thousands of them. i am linda so, why this year's firehouse expo convention might be-- leave you in tears. >>> those stories laid. it's thursday morning, -- stories are just ahead. it's thursday morning. i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. there's lots of ways to describe it but one word describes it best, it's brutal. that's what's going on with the heat. yesterday it was bad. >> it was tough. but let's see if we can get a break. here lynette charles. maybe it will cool down to 90 at some point. >> at some point. but not in the upcoming days. you note bad thing is you said -- you know the bad thing is that you said it was brutal
NBC
Jul 8, 2011 6:00pm EDT
the friday afternoon rush hour and the storms are really impacting the eastern shore and southern maryland where severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued. the potential is there for some damaging winds in this line of storms. the worst of the weather stretching across queen anne's county and moving into northern caroline county, and down toward -- >> county. -- down toward charles county. there is some potential for rotation with that system moving northeast at 14 miles an hour. all along that line of storms there is the potential for heavy downpours that could cause localized flooding. the good news for our region is that things are drying out rapidly to the west of us. this line of storms will impact the area for the next couple of hours and then rapidly improving weather conditions are expected to come our way. there was storm damage in the dundalk area. barry simms has more on that. >> chain saws have become a familiar sound in dundalk. lightning hit this trade just as a neighbor struggle to get home in a heavy downpour. -- kit this free. >> it was loud, dangerous, and that poor l
CBS
Jul 31, 2011 6:30pm EDT
, people all across maryland are waiting on word from washington. there's reaction from on edge citizens who say there's time to make a deal. >> the longer congress debeats, the more frustrated marylanders and americans become. >> there's a resentment building across maryland. >> they're putting the country through very unnesting for nothing. >> it leaves many marylanders concerned about their financial futures. >> already the stock market has tanked because everybody is worried about us losing our triple a bond rating. >> barbara mccluesski is worried about the deal. >> -- because the political rigidity. what the heck is this. >> some of the anger is being districted to republicans with the tea party. >> america is tired of budget tricks, accounting gimmicks. they want accountability. >> when you ask for an amount, it includes a balanced budget. >> many americans remain confident a debt solution is hours away, but frustrated politics have trumped compromise compromise. >> it will play itself out. i'm just sick of hearing about it, to be honest. >> it's not helping congress' approval ra
ABC
Jul 4, 2011 4:30am EDT
maryland and south of the metro area, there could be thunderstorms hanging on closer to final design, 80 degrees at that time -- closer to fireworks time. >>> not much traffic, which is a good thing for folks headed at this morning. noaa down 95 looks normal. in springfield if a few headlights northbound. -- no northbound 95 looks normal. 395 is normal. some areas may have power outages. watch for that sort of thing. 395 past washington boulevard there are few travelers. in maryland and virginia, there will be no hov enforcement today. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:32. severe storms last night's turn deadly. the national park service says a 56-year-old man was riding his bicycle near white's ferry when a tree fell on top of him. ddot it's a scene. the man has not been identified. -- he died at the scene. >>> tree limbs and power lines were brought down last night and there was a mass evacuation on the national mall. hundreds of people had gathered to watch preparations for today's celebration. >> kris van cleave has a look at the cleanup and the hardest-hit areas. >> running for cover
ABC
Jul 1, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. >>> thank you, it seems like you're having a good time. >>> we haven't started the weekend yet and maryland has more boating fatalities than all of last year. the coast guard is telling people to take extra precautions. they'll have extra boats patrolling and they want to see everyone in life jackets and they're urging people to drink responsibly and to remain aware of their surroundings. >> the water environment is treacherous, fast. for you're in the area and swimming, there could be fuel and debris in the water. it happens quickly. the reaction time the critical. >> so far, this year, maryland has had 13 boating fatalities this year. >>> tonight, in an hour, a vigil will be held for a baltimore woman and her 4-year- old daughter found dead in their pardon me this week -- apartment this week. they were killed by the woman's boyfriend. >>> baltimore city police made an arrest in the murder of a delivery man. the man was shot to death tuesday afternoon after he made a delivery at erdman avenue. the man arrested has a long criminal record and served 20 years in prison. >>> a baltimore city g
CBS
Jul 1, 2011 11:00pm EDT
jerseys. no charges have been filed. >>> the man behind the iconic maryland business has died. price phillips senior passed away today. phillips is the founder of phillips seafood. she and his wife opened the crab house back in 1986. they opened their baltimore location in 1980s. he was 90 years old. >>> more than $1 billion, that's what a jury ordered exxon to pay familys in a community. tonight mike schuh talks to some people about the huge award. >> reporter: with the gas still under jacksonville no one in a two mile radius trusts what comes out of here. >> it's not safe enough for me to drink it or to cook with it. >> reporter: now they have a triple filter system but no one can guarantee it really works. >> even with this system you don't have total confidence? >> no at any time it could be a breakthrough. there's no guarantees. >> reporter: the jury awarded them $24 million. >> if you were given that offer somehow, what would you trade that money for? >> assurance that my children weren't going to get sick. >> reporter: reservers say the most emotion testimony in the entire ca
CBS
Jul 11, 2011 11:00pm EDT
taurus with a maryland license plate. police don't have that license plate number at this time. they also don't have much of a description of the suspect only that they are two black males that's why they're asking for the public to help find 8-year- old derrick charles brown. detectives trying to gather as much information as they can. the boy's worried family and a number of his little friends who are witnesses right now at police headquarters being interviewed by police. live derek valcourt, wjz. >> anyone with information is asked to call 911 or city police. we will stay on this story, and we will bring you more information as it becomes available. >>> we're also following that tornado warning that was issued earlier. take a look at the heavy rain coming down right here in hamden. we are hearing about a lot of trees down in the region too. if you didn't hear the rain you likely heard the thunder rumbling after all that lightning that was out there. wjz caught several impressive flashes of lightning this evening. let's go straight over to bob turk where he is tracking the storm, bob -
ABC
Jul 1, 2011 5:30am EDT
what is going on. linda. >> reporter: well, charley, first, the maryland alcohol tax takes effect today which means your six-pack will cost more, 3% more. this is 3 cents on the dollar. the good news is that crab prices are going down. joining us this morning is brendan from conrad's crabs. thanks for being here. >> my pleasure. >> reporter: so the last time we left you, we seasoned the crabs. now what are we doing? >> we are going over to cook them and get steam on them and give them 20 minutes and they will be ready to go. >> reporter: everyone wants to know. >> too late to order are you out. >> call the day you need they will and we will have them. never a problem. >> reporter: and talk to us about the prices. what are we looking at? >> for prices bushel wise small 139, large at 239. and prices are down from last week. that's where they will be for the weekend. but once we are past the holiday, they will fall more. >> reporter: wonderful. and so steaming is down to an art here. what are you doing? >> cooking up a quick release valve that will connect to the system out back to the pot
ABC
Jul 12, 2011 5:30am EDT
>>> now "good morning maryland." >>> it's a parent's worst nightmare. their child abducted stuffed in a car truck. a amber alert for darrick charles brown. >>> and families evacuated after the storm last week may soon have a new place to call home. >>> and it's another scorcher across maryland today. temperatures will reach dangerous levels. what you need to know to keep yourself and family safe. we have all the details for you on this tuesday morning. good morning, i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. thanks for joining us. it was so hot yesterday it was unbearable. >> it was uncomfortable. felt like more than 100 degrees. justin, the storm was great. is there any relief in sight? >> the tomorrow add more moisture to the atmosphere. there is going to be relief. we have to do it one more time today. by the way, the winds did stir up during the afternoon. that was the only saving grace as we averaged 15 to 20 miles an hour. that's a little push of the air that helped when we had a heat index values around 100. and we had the eruption of storms a dozen reports or so of wind d
ABC
Jul 19, 2011 6:30am EDT
on that coming up on this tuesday morning. good morning maryland, i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. thanks for joining us. it's going to be another hot one you wanted to say good morning to somebody. >> yes. we played at a los golf turning and played with chad uniteas but i have to gave shout out to two fans of "good morning maryland" chef kevin and chef skip. the meal was great last night. and we appreciate you guys watching every morning. >> all right. thanks for watching. and justin, i imagine a hot day to play gol yesterday. >> they were out in the kitchen right now. the oven is open. please, close the door. look what you did. we are starting off at 77 in town and towards easton. 74 the cool spot in york, p.a. and back up to 79 in hagerstown with the heat index of 8 3. low 80s is what it feels like when you step outside. nothing pleasant about that. mixing in clouds and a cluster of storms that i mentioned could be a possibility during the morning hours. mostly back into the mountains but there's an extension of this little boundary that is throwing clouds our way and may tryin
ABC
Jul 21, 2011 5:00am EDT
them nauseous. they were all staying at the ronald mcdonald's house near the university of maryland hospital. some were having dinner at the time. seven adults and three children from the house were rushed to the hospital. crews went into the house to check for co poisoning and anything else that could be hazardous. they didn't find any signs of danger and authorities say it's too soon to tell if it was a case of food poisoning. people at the house are away from their homes to take care of their sick children in baltimore. authorities plan to continue looking into the cause for the illnesses. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >> thanks. >>> another scorcher expected and if you can believe it, today will be hotter than yesterday. with highs you probably will have your ac running over time to stay cool. bge says it has enough power to meet the demands and is ready in case of outages. but it's also asking that you find ways to conserve your energy during the heatwave. abc2 is working for you with ways to cut back on useage. first, close the curtins and beelines to -- blinds to keep the sun o
ABC
Jul 27, 2011 5:30am EDT
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FOX
Jul 22, 2011 5:30am EDT
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CBS
Jul 22, 2011 6:00pm EDT
on that train is working. >> reporter: the sun beat down. baking maryland in record- breaking heat. >> a big, hot wet blanket. >> like i'm in a bowl of hot pea soup. >> feels closer to 114. >> bge, allowed wjz inside its electrical operations control room. the number in red is how many megawatts of power is being used. it's 5500 on a typical day. >> he's not seeing any significant problems. there's been some heat-related problems in what we do in advance of really hot weather. we'll put more resources in the field so they can more quickly respond to power outages. >> reporter: marc train operators are monitoring for problems, after dozens of people were stranded in an unair conditioned train last summer. state police are monitoring roads. and had keeping tabs on nursing homes after several had air conditioning problems last summer. >> more people die of heat- related illness in the u.s. per year, than all of the other environmental conditions combined. >> reporter: the warning are real. this roofer had to be checked out. he could barely become conscious and collapsed on the job. >> these gu
FOX
Jul 2, 2011 11:00pm EDT
on maryland, the montgomery county fire chief is reminding you that all fireworks are illegal and setting them off or having them can rule in the fine of up to $1,000 -- can result in a fine of up to $1,000 jail time. you can see the fireworks at the county fairgrounds as always. montgomery college in rockville and the albert einstein hose. >> and we're everywhere at 11. one person is dead in a house fire inemwater, maryland tonight. the -- in edgewater, maryland. another woman was found in her 80s and flown to the hospital in critical condition and that took about success for tighters. a husband and wife lived there with the elderly mother. the cause of the fire was you were investigation. >>> and three people were killed in a fatal crash on mississippi avenue in southeast. the car had the the speed bump on oxen run park and flipped over slamming into two trees. the speed was the factor and the driver and men were injected and died. a third passenger survived and is in serious condition. the names have not been released. >>> a deadly shooting in southeast this morning. the police say that 1
NBC
Jul 23, 2011 6:00am EDT
. >> that's ridiculous. finding cooling by any means. maryland blanketed by yet another zor mucher. because of the intense hth heat, city pools will stay open an additional hour of the day to he help people cool off. >> especially since excessive heat warnings are in effect today. sheldon dutes has more on how folks are trying to stay cool. >> what's hotter than justin bieber? apparently the record will have breaking temperatures at b.w. i. according to u.s.a. today, more than four million people have hit the web to gripe about the hot weather, eclipsing bieber and the debt ceiling debate. >> it is really hot. we came here to swim after work because it is hot and we are going to cool off. >> others turned to icy treats to beat the heat. the crew had been scooping up their popular ice nonstop. >> it doesn't feel that busy but we've been stead steady all day. >> they are not the only ones staying busy. >> probably double the number of calls. >> the phones at mazing heating and air have been ringing off the hook. >> systems have been shutting down, heating up, and sneading servicing. the numbe
ABC
Jul 1, 2011 4:30am EDT
're watching the station that works for you "good morning maryland" at 4:30. >>> it is the 4th of july weekend. a huge weekend for crabs and i am linda so. what you will be paying for a bushel and why the price of beer is going up. >>> i know he is proud of his son, proud of his team and proud of the accomplishments the team made. >> the soccer team try to overcome tragedy after their coach died. >>> and starting today, there will be changes at a state transit system. we will give you details on that. it's first day of july and it's friday, happy friday. i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowsonch let's get to it because a lot of you want to know how the three-day week send going to work out weather wise. let's say good morning to justin. >> and the price of fun is going up. you heard linda talk about it. crabs and beer and some other stuff. but this is free. so here's the reasons why i want you to stick around. we have a lot of stuff to talk about. today, just nice. how nice? and how warm? we will talk about that. the holiday weekend in the 90s returns. how deep into the 90s we will get. ho
FOX
Jul 27, 2011 6:00am EDT
:00 this morning. experts with the maryland mortgage assistance program are here to answer your questions about mortgage and flosh issues. they will direct you to program that can help. the number to call is there on your screen. -- your questions about mortgage and foreclosure issues. >>> here are the numbers. 202-859-3307. we also have a web chat set up for you would hike to log onto myfoxdc.com. you can do so -- if all like to log onto myfoxdc.com -- if you would like to log onto myfoxdc.com. >> let's check in with tucker barnes. >> the group next door up nice and early. i'm very impressed. >> i'm very impressed too. >> our forecast today will be a good one. generally sunshine, low humidity. highs in the upper 80s and the low 90s. today is the nicest in the next five. >> i can handle that. >> i'm encouraging everybody to go out and play today because tomorrow, not so much. let's get star wade look at our satellite-radar. this is a very quiet weather pattern. typically talking about a lonesome thunderstorm. temperature right now at reagan national didn't cool off a whole lot overnight. 80degr
NBC
Jul 8, 2011 12:00pm EDT
at the carroll county detention center. maryland voters will decide if illegal immigrants should receive in-state tuition. the board of elections has verified more than 50,000 signatures. supporters of the petition drive to include delegate at mcdonough, who want voters to overturn the law. >> the petition drive is over. we are going to have to fight the allies, the miss information, the frivolous lawsuits that might be coming by the opposition. a lot of out-of-state money, but regardless, when this goes on the ballot in november 2012, the people once again are going to end. >> the delegate said this was the most successful petition drive in state history. another endorsement for mayor stephanie rawlings-blake is causing one of her rivals to take on the city's religious leaders. following yesterday's endorsement of the mayor by the interdenominational alliance, catherine pugh issued a scathing response, saying that she and other candidates did not have an opportunity to present themselves in a forum and accusing the ministers of " backroom deal making and questionable behavior resulting in
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